Tiny Wings has added a rare update with five new stages in Flight School. You'll need to work your way through the Clown, Koi, and Orcas Islands before you can get to Tuna Island, though. These levels are more challenging than ever, with players needing to beat rival birds to their nests at the end of the stage.

Tiny Wings is a really great, simple physics game. The intuitive one-touch controls of Tiny Wings remain intact: simply tap the screen to speed towards the earth, and catch the slope just right so you can slingshot over the opposing crest with even more velocity. As players earn higher scores in flight school, they're awarded fancier nests and unlock new islands to explore. Besides hills, bodies of water can quickly slow momentum, while inexplicably bouncy sunflowers can send birds skyward. There's also a competitive local multiplayer mode and the classic single player one-day challenge mode to enjoy.

Tiny Wings has a timeless quality to it, even three years after the initial release. Be sure to read up on our top Tiny Wings tips and tricks if you're having trouble getting to the new Tuna Islands.